Lasik surgery is a surgical method using a surgical knife to create a thin corneal flap with a thickness of about 130 to 180 microns. Then, the flap of the cornea is flipped up, the laser affects in the parenchyma of the cornea to treat refractive errors such as nearsightedness, farsightedness or astigmatism. This is the method to help to save maximize corneal damage, less damage to the sensory nerves in the cornea, so the discomforts such as glare, dry eyes after surgery are almost no longer. Recovery time after surgery is also very fast.
Notes after lasik surgery:
- Sleep 3-4 hours after surgery, help the eyes be less uncomfortable.
- Do not expose to water for 1 week after surgery.
- Absolutely do not rub or injure the eyes.
- If you are an office worker, you can return to work after 1-2 days.
- When going out during the first week after surgery, protective glasses should be worn.
- Eat normally, avoid alcohol, beer, cigarettes, foods causing allergies, constipation.
- Do not use cosmetics around the eyes within 1 month after surgery.
- Do not go swimming, play strong sports for 3 months after surgery.
You can contact and work with the computer, but you need a break every 30-40 minutes to drop artificial tear, close your eyes or simply look away for relaxation.
Avoid using drugs that can affect the process of scarring and stabilizing refraction such as corticosteroids, hormones such as birth control pills, it is unnecessary to use eye tonic…